Here are all of furlongthedog's jams.
by Samantha Crain
Owing to work trips and holiday, this might be my last jam (equally, might not be). For me, this was always about the sharing/picking up of new music above all, and with that in mind, here's Samantha Crain, from the wonderful Under Branch & Thorn & Tree.
Jammed: 13th Sep 2015
by 10,000 Maniacs
Natalie Merchant is, for me, solidly in the category of 'singers who I could listen to singing the phone book'. This is one of those songs that effectively matches a pretty upbeat melody to really harrowing subject matter.
Jammed: 9th Sep 2015
by Crosby & Nash
A CS&N choice from @marissapicone reminded me that I have never jammed from If I Could Only Remember My Name, which is very remiss of me. And if that were not enough, it's also another #treejam @trees
Jammed: 5th Sep 2015
by Sufjan Stevens
Jammed: 1st Sep 2015
by Iron & Wine and Ben Bridwell
Jammed: 29th Aug 2015
This seems a fitting end to my little round-up, as on last.fm this is my most played song ever (ish). I believe I may have picked this one up from the now elusive @lowie3. There are guitars doing things here that I don't have any idea how guitars would do
Jammed: 26th Aug 2015
by Cloud Nothings
As a parting thing for TIMJ, I thought it be good to throw back out some of my favourites that other people have posted, which I keep in a playlist. Unfortunately I can't remember who posted what, so shout if you spot one of yours. For this one, I'll venture a guess: @malevolosidade :)
Jammed: 20th Aug 2015
by Dinah Washington & Max Richter
I didn't know this was a thing until a couple of days ago.
Jammed: 28th May 2015
by Daniel Norgren
If you knew me in 2013, I was probably waxing lyrical about Daniel Norgren's 'Buck'. His new album 'Alabursy' is apparently only available in Scandinavia at the moment, and circumstances kept me from his recent London gig, but I like this single very much. He does pathos well.
Jammed: 23rd May 2015
by Olivia Chaney
Olivia Chaney finally releases a debut album next month. This seems to be the lead single from it. The Joni influence is pretty clear - especially as the lyric references Chelsea Morning - it's going to be a good record.
Jammed: 16th Mar 2015
by PJ Harvey
Another one for the 20 year club. This riff is something else, but I struggle to shake the feeling that I wouldn't have wanted to be Polly Jean's downstairs neighbour in the early-to-mid nineties
Jammed: 26th Feb 2015
by Bob Dylan
I decided to start 2015 by listening through Dylan's back catalogue in order (up to a point*) and have reached Bringing It All Back Home. Certainly applaud his decision to go electric but this one from the acoustic side is his best song yet. I wonder what he'll do next... *by which I mean: Desire
Jammed: 12th Jan 2015
by Selah Sue
For the craic, I totted up which 40 songs I'd listened to most this decade so far. This is number 40, and it's a song I love that I'd forgotten about. I won't do them all though, as that would take most of the year :)
Jammed: 5th Jan 2015
by Anaïs Mitchell and This Is The Kit
Because it's Advent and also because I was there
Jammed: 30th Nov 2014
by Damien Rice
So let us start from herrrrrrre
Jammed: 14th Nov 2014
by Jeff Buckley
The second of the 'albums that were released 20 years ago this weekend' series. Realise this isn't the version on Grace but for me it's the definitive one.
Jammed: 25th Aug 2014
by Miles Davis
Every so often I hear this when out somewhere and then feel the need to listen of Sketches of Spain on repeat a few times. Actually prefer the second half but it only really makes sense if you put it in context of the first half.
Jammed: 6th Aug 2014
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